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Award-winning writer Laurence Gonzales discusses the psychology of survival why smart people make dumb mistakes.
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The sinking of the M/S Explorer was an Antarctic first. Here's a look at the state of Antarctic tourism.
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Rebel billionaire Sir Richard Branson talks about his life of adventure.
The fast-spreading King fire is raising concerns about climate change's role in making droughts more frequent and wildfires more intense.
India faces pressure to cut emissions even as its new prime minister is promising to boost energy access. Can a push for renewable energy achieve both goals?
Astronomers catch the blue light from a pulsar, a hurricane makes landfall, and an exoplanet sucks the life out of its star in the week's best space pictures.
The red planet beckons like never before, with a host of nations planning Mars missions.
U.S. aid to fight Ebola in West Africa could build trust in the health care system, helping to stop the epidemic and save the faltering economy.
The nation's farmers are 17 years older than the average American worker, with younger would-be farmers hobbled by rising costs of land and technology.
Rural areas, far-flung islands, and industrial cities the Yes side needed to win all voted to stay in the U.K.
The country will restart its controversial scientific whaling program next year.
Dueling projections of population growth present different visions of the world's future.
Humble soil bacteria may help farmers grow more crops to feed the world.
A man attacked and killed by a bear in a remote forest in Wyoming is a reminder to always be prepared around the animals.
Shakespeare got it wrong. A new study shows Richard III died for want of a helmet, not a horse.